Tuesday, November 8, 2011

EZ French Nails review;

hello :) today, i have a small review to share~

a few weeks ago, i was contacted by Raquel over at EZ French Nails to do a review on their quick and easy french nail tips.

this is what i received...


a booklet & applicator.


the booklet contains 9 pages of varying sizes of nail tips for both oval and rounded-squared nails. these pictures were taken after i already did my mani .. thats why there are some stickers missing. and i only took pictures of 6 random pages..


the applicator looks like a pen but it isnt! haha. its a needle tip that helps pick up the nail tip stickers.

here were my end results;





awkward side picture to show how nice and flat the nail tips were. :P i did add one layer of top coat over (top coat is optional).

im not gunna lie, it took me almost 5 minutes to get my first tip on .. but after that, applying the rest of the tips were a piece of cake! its really easy to do once you get the hang of it. (there is also a video provided on the EZ French Nails website on how to apply the tips.) im not someone who usually likes doing french tips on my nails .. but i was wow-ed and in love! with my french mani. my mani lasted almost 2 days, which is what the EZ French Nails website states. the one and only thing i didnt like about my mani was the shape of the curve of the thumb nail; maybe its just my personal preference, but i would've liked it more if the curve wouldve been a bit more curved and less straight.

overall, i was impressed with the EZ French Nail Tips. they were easy to use, super fast to apply, and the best part - - they dont smell! :)

check out the EZ French Nails website for more information and products. and once again, thanks to Raquel for providing me with the products for a review.

have a good one!,
<3KATRINA

11 comments:

  1. Wow, look at all those tip options--impressive!

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  2. Those look amazingly perfect :) Flawless ;)

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  3. Hmm, interesting! I've never heard of these, looks great though.

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  4. That's a very easy and less messy option to create French nails!

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  5. Don't forget they last over 2 weeks on your toes! No chipping! So glad you like them!!! THANKS!

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  6. wow that turned out really good!! & they must be easier to apply then trying to stamp ur nails with a french tip design! BTW.. ur natural nails are beautiful!! I pretty much stopped using a base coat & have been wearing dark colors, I am sure u can imagine what they look like =) lol xx

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  7. Oohh very easy ! different .. very nice idea :))
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  11. Wow very impressive! I think you got a really big talent! ;-) Keep going on like this! ;-)

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